Silverstein properties expands their portfolio, acquiring a 1.3 million square foot Class-A trophy building in Philadelphia. The building is the city's 5th tallest.
Silverstein Properties expands into the real estate lending space with the launch of Silverstein Capital Partners, a lender for all types of projects. The firm partners with a sovereign wealth fund and a pension fund to provide loans up to $25 million.
GroupM consolidates its New York offices and moves its headquarters into 3 World Trade Center.
Silverstein Properties closes on the $1.2 billion purchase of the Disney-owned ABC campus on the Upper West Side. Acquiring nine buildings and taking over most of ABC's holdings in the neighborhood.
Silverstein Properties acquires the ground lease on a seven-parcel Astoria development site in what marks its first major outer-borough expansion.
Larry Silverstein cuts the ribbon and officially opens 3 World Trade Center, New York's 5th tallest building.
Silverstein Properties unveils the new Penthouse 82 at 30 Park Place. This Penthouse, one of downtown New York's finest, boasts sweeping 360-degree views from the tallest terraced balcony in the city.